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Building a Buck Barn

Building a Buck Barn

Exciting news–yes,  even more exciting than a new load of hay for the goatie-goats. (Though they may disagree; they were pretty psyched about the fresh hay!) We are getting a Nigerian Dwarf buck. Actually, we’re getting 2 unrelated bucks — gorgeous ones from awesome bloodlines […]

Two Months Milking Our Goat

Two Months Milking Our Goat

Have you seen”Anne with an E” on Netflix? I recently finished the first season, and it took me right back to my childhood when I was first introduced to Anne of Green Gables. One thing I loved about this new retelling of the story was […]

Happy Birthday, America

Happy birthday, good ol’ U-S-of-A. Our homestead was built in 1801, when you were just a mere 25 years old. I think she wears your colors well, don’t you?

This Week in Farm Photos (June 18-24, 2017)

This Week in Farm Photos (June 18-24, 2017)

Thanks to my best friend Erica for snapping this photo of Myles and Britches.   Myles attended his first day camp last week. They did dance, crafts, and had snack time. He was very proud of his camp craft projects.   I told Mike I […]

And then there was Sundaze Farm

And then there was Sundaze Farm

Mike and I have struggled to pick a farm name ever since we moved to our little homestead. This blog’s name, Little Red Farmstead, was fine for telling our story here or on Instagram, but once we got into raising dairy goats, we needed a […]

This Week in Farm Photos (June 11-17, 2017)

This Week in Farm Photos (June 11-17, 2017)

The buntings are hung and the flowerbed needs weeded and mulched — but it looks festive just the same! Crosby is 18 weeks old now. He’s hit the stage of being big and gangly … and adorable. (Also smart and stubborn…) Goats, goats, goats … […]


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